Universal Engineering Sciences

  • Geotechnical Engineer

    Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1 month ago)
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Universal Engineering Sciences has an opening for a Geotechnical Engineer.


    We have been in business for over 50 years and we are the largest family owned firm of our kind in the US! Come be a part of our family. We have a great benefit package including medical, dental, 401k match and much more.


    The Geotechnical Engineer is responsible for managing the technical and financial aspects of assigned projects.  They will coordinate drilling, sample/data collection, subcontractor tasks, evaluate data and compile written reports for submittal to clients and regulatory agencies. They will manage engineering projects, coordinate internally and with clients, and write reports. They will perform Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments,  analyze reports, maps, drawings, blueprints, tests, and aerial photographs on soil composition, terrain, hydrological characteristics, and other topographical and geologic data to plan and design projects.  They will use computer assisted engineering and design software and equipment to prepare engineering and design documents/analyses. They will prepare cost estimates, proposals and invoices and ensure they meet project budgets and schedules.



    Required Qualifications:


    • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Geotechnical Engineering
    • At least one year related experience and/or training
    • Valid Driver's License with acceptable driving record
    • Professional Engineer (P.E.) Licensure required

    Preferred Qualifications: (In addition to those above)

    • Master’s Degree in Civil or Geotechnical Engineering



    Universal Engineering Sciences is a Drug-Free Workplace.
    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.


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